May 8, 2014 2:52 pm

Seven people face drugs and weapon charges after Calgary police investigation

A Calgary Police Service cruiser in front of police headquarters.

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CALGARY – Police have laid over a dozen charges in an investigation that was launched after a home invasion in Shawnessy last month.

Police rushed to the southwest home around 11 p.m. on Wednesday, April 30th

Officers were able to determine the home invasion wasn’t random, and the CPS Guns and Gangs unit began looking into the incident.

Their investigation led officers to stop a vehicle in the community of Copperfield on May 1st

Inside, they found a loaded 9-mm Ruger handgun and cash.

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Later that evening, police executed five search warrants on three homes and two vehicles in the community of Bridlewood.

They seized 2.6 kilograms of marijuana, a loaded 9-mm Glock handgun, body amour and $9,770 in cash.

In total, almost $12,000 in cash was located.

The value of drugs seized is approximately $30,000.

Police have charged seven people in connection to the investigation:

Stephen Gregory Laframboise, 26, of Calgary, was charged with one count each of trafficking, possession for the purpose of trafficking, unauthorized possession of a firearm, possession of a restricted/prohibited weapon with ammunition, hazardous storage of a firearm, and three breaches of recognizance.

Kirsten Marie Stolz, 24, of Calgary, has been charged with two counts of possession for the purpose of trafficking, and one count each of unauthorized possession of a firearm, possession of a restricted/prohibited weapon with ammunition and hazardous storage of a firearm.

Christopher Joel Tetz, 25, of Calgary, has been charged with two counts of possession for the purpose of trafficking, and one count of possession of proceeds of crime.

Robert Brian Laframboise, 28, and Thomas William Brown, 25, both of Calgary, have been charged with one count each of unsafe transport of a firearm in a motor vehicle, unauthorized possession of a firearm and possession of a restricted firearm with ammunition.

Scott Matthew Bobbet, 22, of Calgary, was charged with one count each of obstruction, identity fraud and utter to deal a forged document.

Ryan Ronald Little, 32, of Calgary, was charged with two counts of possession for the purpose, and one count of possession of proceeds of crime.

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